Purpose of Job:
The role participates in the unit’s core mandate of supporting high priority and evolving investigations while leveraging expertise, products and services to assist in the effective, efficient, timely and proactive management of security and criminal risks.
The role includes the collection, analysis and transformation of data into actionable intelligence and proactively disseminating the intelligence/information throughout the Scotiabank Group and affiliates.
- Lead the analytical effort of turning information into intelligence through the use of analytical processes and tools.
- Follow the intelligence cycle in the production and dissemination of information and intelligence to operational and investigative stakeholders in the form of intelligence reports, threat and risk assessments, country threat assessments, travelsecurity briefings, executive travel briefings, charts and timelines, security-related social media monitoring and others where required.
- Utilize collection plans to identify gaps in information and sources.
- Gather information and intelligence frominternal and external sources including:
- open sources (OSINT) – internet, social media
- free and subscription based databases
- law enforcement and other FI contacts
- internal databases
- Participate in ongoing support of high priority and complex investigations through intelligence gathering from internal and external sources, tactical and strategic intelligence analysis, and proactive dissemination of intelligence/information throughout the Scotiabank Group and affiliates.
- Assist with developing and maintaining systems and processes to strengthen detection and analysis of security and criminal risks by researching and developing new sources of information, technological tools and methods.
- Develop external contacts including but not limited to law enforcement, government, subject matter experts and other FIs.
- Keep current with emerging security and criminal threats, technology and organized crime patterns through monitoring of developments in these fields in information feeds, the media, workshops and courses, interaction with public/private sector peers, and subject matter experts.
- Use data visualization, graphing and geospatial tools (e.g. link analysis, event flow analysis, timelines, i2, Tableau, ArcGIS) to map information and intelligence, track criminal activities and prepare statistical reports.
Education & Designations:
- 4 year university/college degree in International Affairs, Political Science, Criminology or similar – required
- Master’s degree in the same or a related field – preferred
- 3-7 years of experience in an analytical environment – preferred
- 3-7 years of experience in a collaborative work environment – preferred
- 3-7 years of experience in report writing – required
- 3-7 years of experience in the use of public and proprietary databases including strong surface and deep web search capabilities – required
- Advanced computer skills including analytical and geospatial software (i2, Tableau, ArcGIS) – required
Requisition ID: 19303